There are six viable options in attacking the sloped landing area giving the player many club choices from the tee. The back right corner of the green provides a tournament cupping area and a strategic relationship with the adjacent bunker. To set up for a birdie opportunity, the player must hit the desired landing area he chooses to avoid the bunkers that await. A longer drive sets up a short lob shot into a very challenging green.
Black: 331 | Blu: 319 | White: 314 | Red: 280
So many options. This hole was designed to offer all levels of player a path to the green. Lay up short left, but have a blind shot in. Drive up the right side and bring the prairie area and the right green side bunker into play. Go for the green and deal with all of the bunkers by the green. A true risk reward hole.
Bunkers litter the fairway and surround the green. There is plenty room between them to navigate your shot, but be careful not to find one.
This small green slopes hard from back to front and kicks shots to the right. You need to take long out of play. The best play is a short iron to the front of the green or a short bump and run to the front edge.